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  1. Thanks Dave. I think I may have misunderstood the function. The documents I'm talking about don't appear as an attachment to an Evernote note, they are the note. They are PDFs which appear in Evernote because they're in an import folder. What I wanted was to use Rename Attachment and it would rename the PDF on my hard drive. I understand now that's not what it's supposed to do.
  2. I scan documents from Scansnap into an Import Folder. The Scansnap automatically names them. Some documents I would like to rename for ease of finding the PDFs in future outside of Evernote. I thought if I right-clicked in the resulting Evernote note and did 'Rename Attachment' it would rename the original Scansnap PDF. But it doesn't seem to do anything. It has no effect on the original PDF. Have I misunderstood what it's supposed to do, or does it just not work? (Windows 10, Evernote 6.3.3)
  3. I'm running the latest version of Windows desktop under Windows 10. The fault is this: In any folder: click New Note give the note a title in the list of notes the title doesn't change from Untitled Note, nor does the Created date change add content to the note in the list of notes, move to another note return to the one just created - there's no content or title, the content is gone leave this Notebook, then return to it - the note is no longer listed as 'Untitled Note' - it's not there at all. This first happened one day last week. I can't remember how I got rid of it - I think I had to reboot the PC. I then had no problems with Evernote for a week until it happened again this morning. Hitting Sync doesn't seem to affect it for better or worse. Can anyone tell me what's going on with it?
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